their release documents to the Soviets and were forbidden to roam outside the gates. The Soviet landscape is desolate and dreary. . He stepped gingerly inside the doors of the Cathedral, captivated by the solemnity and peace. The units followed, eight columns, four abreast, towards their respective targets. He had been in Rumania at the beginning of the war and was thwarted in any attempts to return home. Throughout the night of the 17th the unit was attacked, but they are ordered not to return fire so that they would not expose their positions. Stanley received orders to inspect the woods in the village of Borsum Intelligence had uncovered evidence of enemy concentration in the area. Stanley was part of Gods family and no one could remove this home from him. . The prospects of leaving before the on-coming winter appeared slim. At the time Stanley Kowalski passed over the pre-war border of Belgium on September 6th, they were meaningless outposts. . When the battle finally ended, the fallen were buried in the local cemetery, the wounded were moved to military hospitals and the remainder continued the duty of liberation. For those who had experience massive deprivation, this seemed heretical. The Allied troops had split the German Division in two. Other Poles on the Russian shore begged to be let aboard the overcrowded boat. The prisoners trudged through the storms like ghosts, completed bathed in rags, barely recognizable to one another.